Two Indian tech companies to establish European centres in Dublin

Two Indian companies have announced plans to establish a presence in Dublin, with the creation of 75 new jobs.

The announcement came during Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton’s five-day visit to India to develop trade and investment links between the two countries, in conjunction with his department and IDA Ireland.

Aditi Technologies, a ‘cloud first’ technology services company, announced earlier today that it will establish its European services and business development centre in Dublin, creating 40 jobs in the capital.

The company helps businesses to swich operations to cloud platforms such as Windows, Azure, SalesForce, and Amazon Web Services.

Aditi has been operating in Europe since 2007 and its European arm now counts for 30 per cent of the company’s business with customers in retail, travel, and online betting and gaming.

Its Dublin centre will focus on aiding the complex cross platform deployments to Cloud, with gradual recruitment of consulting and engineering staff, as the business grows its services in Europe

“Ireland offers an encouraging investment climate with investor and business friendly policies so it became an obvious choice for us when looking at our expansion in Europe,” said Kaushik Banerjee, VP Europe, Aditi Technologies. “There is also a wealth of local technology talent which we are looking forward making part of Aditi.”

Synowledge, a company specialising in the provision of drug safety and regulatory services for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device sectors, has also announced plans to establish an international headquarters in Dublin with the creation of 35 jobs.

The new Irish international headquarters will carry out sales and marketing for the entire Synowledge product portfolio and will provide near shore delivery of the company’s pharmacovigilance, regulatory and IT services to Europe.

“Ireland was a logical choice for our International base to seamlessly connect with our US HQ and our delivery centers in Europe, India and Japan,” said Sankesh Abbhi, president and CEO of Synowledge. “Being in the drug safety, IT and regulatory affairs fields, Ireland’s profile as a hub for the global life science sector and its cosmopolitan talent pool, were also key factors in our decision. We are confident that Ireland will add value to our clients and further fuel our growth trajectory.”